Would you like to know, if the plant protein you are working on, can move from one cell into the next through plasmodesmata?
https://plamorf.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/2022-Protocol-Callus-for-movement.png9001100Daniela Fichtenbauerhttps://plamorf.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Plamorf_Logo_web-300x125.pngDaniela Fichtenbauer2022-04-04 08:01:202022-04-04 08:04:13PROTOCOL: Arabidopsis Callus Grafting Method to Test Cell-to-Cell Mobility of Proteins
The EMBO workshop 'Intercellular communication and plasmodesmata in plant development and disease' will be conducted virtually in July 2021, several PLAMORF scientist present their latest research.
https://plamorf.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/PD21_2.png12401747Daniela Fichtenbauerhttps://plamorf.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Plamorf_Logo_web-300x125.pngDaniela Fichtenbauer2021-04-28 12:22:182021-07-12 08:31:4112 – 16 July 2021, PD2021: Intercellular communication and plasmodesmata in plant development and disease
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